Much of the technology we take for granted today stems from 50 years ago. In 1968 we saw Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore launch pioneering semiconductor company, Intel, as well as the first large-scale test of RAND researcher Paul Baran’s distributed communications network ARPANET.
The rise of education technology - in conjunction with the ever-increasing reliability, performance, agility, and cost-effectiveness of fourth-generation long term evolution (4G LTE) networking - is giving schools the green light to expand their capabilities with new, exciting applications.
2018 is the year in which carriers will begin launching 5G commercially in limited markets while at the same time they are broadly deploying a pathway to 5G services. In February, AT&T announced that Dallas, Atlanta and Waco would be among the first cities to experience the much-anticipated networks.
Technology brings innovation and over the years we have seen it filter through to almost every aspect of our lives, affecting organisations both large and small, personal lifestyles, government operations and scientific and medical advancements. With this in mind, we have taken a look at how technology has evolved in the past 50 years.
No network provides coverage in all locations, but the Emergency Drop Kit announced yesterday by AT&T soon will let FirstNet users take network connectivity with them virtually anywhere, providing a 300-foot-radius Wi-Fi “bubble” supported by backhaul that can switch seamlessly between satellite and LTE connections.
During the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials International (APCO) show in Las Vegas, several companies have announced that they have received FirstNet Ready status and approval. Motorola Solutions and Cradlepoint made announcements today, hitting on use cases like enabling real-time data sharing across LTE networks
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Cradlepoint, a cloud-delivered 4G and 5G wireless network edge solutions, today announced, at the annual Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials International (APCO) show in Las Vegas, its MC400 Modem Module has received FirstNet Ready status and approval – joining FirstNet’s nationwide LTE ecosystem for first responder solutions.
Cradlepoint said its MC400 modem module received FirstNet Ready status and approval, joining FirstNet’s nationwide Long Term Evolution (LTE) ecosystem for first responder solutions.
IoT and 5G technologies can help public-safety communications become more efficient and effective, making communities safer. When tragedies occur, first responders rely on interoperable voice and data communications that are secure, fast and reliable. As first responders depend more on internet of things (IoT) technologies to perform their missions, a new set of challenges for interoperable data communications has emerged.